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Dmail: A Chrome extension for sending self-destructing emails

29
Jul
2015
Dmail: A Chrome extension for sending self-destructing emails

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Social bookmarking web service Delicious has released a free beta version of Dmail, an extension for the Chrome browser, which allows senders to delete an email they sent and have regretted sending soon after.

The extension currently works if the sender uses Gmail, but the recipient doesn’t have to have the plugin installed or even use Gmail. That’s because the sent message is stored on the company’s server, and the recipient is given a link to view the message.

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